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Customer Reviews

this album is terrible!! what happend to him?!

yo hi-tek was cool back then but this album is just terrible! save your money.

Hi Tek...Stop messing with crab emcees!

Tekzilla's albums have gotten progressively worse since Hi teknology which was great....The Chip was almost good...and now this piece of mess. Tracks 4,7,12,13, and 14 are the only tracks worthy of a decent listening. 5/15 is a horrible percentage and it is not that the production is horrible but his choices for who he picks to speak over his music is wretched....I suggest you all wait for the next Reflection Eternal Album...maybe that will remind Hi Tek what it feels like to be with talented Vocalists.


this album is awsome! is a classic!!!


Born: Cincinnati, OH

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Hi-Tek played a major role in the highly admired golden-age revivalist sound affiliated with the Rawkus Records collective, crafting many of the label's initial breakthrough releases. While Hi-Tek's production style owes a debt to New York's finest beat-makers from the early '90s — DJ Premier, Pete Rock, Large Professor — the producer actually arose from Cincinnati's low-key hip-hop scene rather than the streets of Brooklyn. Local mentors such as Ravi T, J-Fresh, and Sen Sai showed the...
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